Re: traffic count

by Romek <zylla(at)ck-sg.p.lodz.pl>

 Date:  Mon, 04 Sep 2000 13:00:22 +0000
 To:  "Cindy Stanley,
SSS WebWorks" <stanleysupport(at)prodigy.net>
 Cc:  hwg-techniques(at)hwg.org
 In-Reply-To:  default
  todo: View Thread, Original
At 21:56 03-09-00 -0400, you wrote:

>The closest thing that I could reccomend for tracking text link hits is a
>perl script called CountDown. Use this script to update a log file for
>tracking the number of downloads of each file on your Web site. The script
>will do the following:
>1. Is activated by a link
>"http://www.site.com/scripts/countdown.cgi?file.anything"
>2. Will add a count to "countdown.log", for the proper file
>3. Will auto-forward to "file.anything" for download
>4. The interface is seamless, no user prompts.
>
><http://www.zdnet.com/devhead/resources/scriptlibrary/perlscript/scripts/lin
>k/countdown/details.html>

  Actually there are newer versions of that script at:

  http://www.datatrendsoftware.com/

  and readme file of intermediate version is:

  http://www.datatrendsoftware.com/countdown2_readme.html

>
>--
>Cindy K. Stanley, SSS
>Stanley Support Service
>
>

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